December 19, 2014
RENO, NV - Warm, dry weather will stick around through Tuesday night, with breezy afternoons and occasional high clouds. A trough of low pressure will move into the Pacific Northwest late Wednesday and through our region Thursday. Windy conditions will develop midweek, with a chance of showers and a cool-down by Thursday. There is still some uncertainty with this feature. A more southerly track would mean greater local impacts, but would also be unusual for late June. A more northerly track (more likely) will mean more wind, but less chance at precipitation. Stay tuned! -Jeff
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